Richard Crossley: Where to go Birding?

Drew Weber|

This spring, Richard Crossley is releasing a really interesting new bird guide, based on photoshopping multiple images of the same species into one meta-image. The result will be a plate that shows how the bird looks in different settings (in flight, perched, large flocks, etc). In anticipation of the release, Princeton University Press has been posting a couple short videos he has been making about birding. Enjoy!

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video from the Princeton University Press blog

About the Author

Drew Weber


Drew is the founder and editor of Nemesis Bird and now works to curate some of the best content the web has to offer on birding and ornithology from an energetic crew of ornithologists, field researchers, tour leaders and photographers. Drew is originally from PA but now lives in central New York where he is enjoying the long and snowy winters. He has done various bird jobs including bird surveys for the 2nd PA Breeding Bird Atlas, tracked saw-whet owls from dusk to dawn with Scott Weidensaul and counted hawks for several years for Hawk Mountain Sanctuary. Drew is an avid lister, especially on smaller scales, and enjoys adding new birds to county, state and life lists. He also enjoys digiscoping and making apps for birders. He is Project Coordinator for the Merlin Project at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. He is also project manager for the North American Rare Bird Alert.